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Dec 3, 2012 1:00pm PST
teammate and eerie snapshot, jovan belcher's locker left untouched, frozen in time. and wolf, as you know there's been talk in the nfl about the effect of concussions on football players. long term. his coach was asked about whether or not jovan belcher suffered any concussions and the head coach here says not that he was aware of. unfortunately, because jovan belcher shot himself in the head it's impossible to do any analysis of his brain has been done on other plarls in the nfl that committed commit. wolf? >> sad, sad story. thank you, ed. >>> happening now, alarming new details of an al qaeda terror plot against one of the biggest united states embassies in the world. >>> top obama and romney campaign officials reveal the best moves and worst mistakes during the campaign. >>> find out why a homeless man given boots by a generous police officer is barefoot once again. >>> i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> al qaeda terrorists planned to strike dais after the u.s. presidential election with a attack on the american embassy in amman, jordan, and other targets in the cap
Dec 6, 2012 4:00pm EST
flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit to learn your risk. >>> jovan belcher has been laid to rest. the kansas city linebacker's funeral was held yesterday. it's been five days since belcher shot his girlfriend to death and then fatally shot himself before the eyes of team officials. this is a huge tragedy in its own right. but the murder-suicide has also triggered a larger discussion and springboarded the nfl commissioner roger goodell to the cover of "time" magazine. joining us is "time"'s managing editor rick stengel. i'm going to read a quote from the interview you did with roger goodell. he says this is not a football tragedy, it's a human tragedy that impacts families, loved ones and an innocent child left behind. i mean, what's the bottom line here? does that mean he's not taking any responsibility for what happened? >> well, wolf, it's a tough question. i mean, it was a human issue. it's in all likelihood unrelated to anything having to do with football. i think it was a difficult decision for him. in the story roger talks about he looked at all the differ
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